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MASACKSIC 1958 








The Dedication 

With most sincere appreciation for his guidance 
and interest during our years in the Longmeadow 
School System and for his tireless efforts on our be- 
half, we, the Class of 1958, dedicate this MASACK- 
SIC to Mr. Howard G. Herrschaft, Superintendent 
of Schools. 



As I am writing this before the yearbook has taken on much of its 
final form, I am wondering what aspect of the adopted theme, "Light," 
will be emphasized. At the moment, I am impressed with the thought 
that you have chosen well. Light is a subject for thought and study. Light 
can be revealing or blinding, health-giving or hurtful, stimulating or de- 
bilitating — but always so necessary. 

We have so much light: that of freedom, of knowledge, of responsi- 
bility. Along with the light we have been so generously granted, you and 
I equally must take to ourselves the intention to profit by what is revealed 
to us. I firmly believe that what God expects of each of us is that we 
"walk in the light." 

To each one then who reads these few words, I can say only that 
there is no higher good for any man than that of a continuing search for 
the light of truth and a determination to live by the truth which that 
light reveals. 



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The Foreword 

The Bible says that on the first day God 
created light. This light is not only a physical 
substance necessary to life, but also a symbol 
of that object which men continually seek, the 
knowledge and understanding of the world in 
which they live. 

As students, it is our primary purpose to 
pursue this knowledge. Therefore, we have 
called light the theme of our yearbook. 



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In this age of almost undreamed of scientific 
advancement and knowledge, your high school 
diploma represents an achievement of great im- 
portance to your future. The era of "success 
without schooling" is on the wane, and educa- 
tion has become increasingly necessary to the 
fulfillment of ambition. 

It is our hope that the training you have re- 
ceived will prove to be a firm and solid foun- 
dation upon which to build a lifetime of achieve- 
ment. Even more, perhaps, we hope that you 
may have been inspired to a continuing search 
for knowledge. 

I extend to each of you my warmest wishes 
for success and happiness in the future. 



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The final chapter in the history of the Class 
of 1958 will soon be written. It is your good 
fortune and privilege to graduate from Long- 
meadow High School. You should be looking 
forward to opportunities for further achieve- 
ment and more worthy self-expression. 

It is said that the world stands aside for the 
man who knows where he is going. 

As you enter upon your next arid more serious 
period of training and living, you must take 
with you a positive attitude toward what you 
want to become, know what you are going to 
be, and then go to it with all your determination. 




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ENGLISH 




Mr. Olivio Lopes 





Mr. Carleton McCauley 




Miss Mary Gaines 



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Mrs. Julia Campbell 







Miss Onaita Maclntyre 





Mrs. Gladys Leab 



Miss Darlene Nelson 




LANGUAGES 



Mrs. Ann Pelczarski 



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Mr. Robert Ness 



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Mr. George Aldrich 



MATHEMATICS 





Mr. Maurice Suher 



Miss Hazel Hoxie 



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Mr. Charles Zapsalis 







SCIENCE 




Mr. Edward Pratt 




Mr. James Climo 




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Mr. Edward Finklehoffe 




Mr. John Haskell 




Mr. Stanley Ursprung 



HISTORY 






Mrs. Rosselyn Harrison 



Mr. Louis Josselyn 



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Mr. Douglas Ward 





Miss Lillian Erickson 



THE ARTS 




Mr. John Rossiter 




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Mrs. Lois Stearns 



PHYSICAL 
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Mr. Robert D'Agostino 




Mrs. Janice Wolcott 




OUR LIBRARIAN 




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Miss Margery Baird 




COMMERCIAL 



Mr. Ralph Shindler 





Miss Theresa Vedany 




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Mrs. Ernestine Washburn 



OUR 
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Mrs. Marion Purdy 





Mrs. Maxine Lake 



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OUR 
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Mrs. Ann Nichols, Mrs. Helen Evans, Mrs. Ann Filer, Mrs. 
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Mrs. Marion Martin 



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WILLIAM HENRY GILBERT, III 
Bill 

19 Brittany Road 

Class President 2, 3, 4; Student Council 2, 3, 4; Aiasacksic 
3, 4; Hall Patrol 4; Science Club 4; Glee Club 3; Leaders' 
Club 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Hockey 3; Intramural Volleyball 2, 
3, 4; Baseball 2; National Honor Society 3, 4 — President 
4; Merit Scholarship Eligibility 4. 

No/ careless in deeds, not confused in words, 
nor rambling in thought 
Aurelius 



RAYMOND HOLMES STROPLE 

Rock 

33 Farmlea Road 

Vice-President of Class 2, 4; Student Council 2, 4; Boys' 
State 3; Hall Patrol 3, 4; Aiasacksic 4 — Boys' Sports Edi- 
tor; Jet Jotter 4 — Sports Editor; Junior Prom Committee 
3 — Chairman; Ring Committee 3; Leaders' Club 4; Soccer 
2, 3, 4 — Co-captain; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volley- 
ball 2, 3, 4 ; Baseball 2, 3, 4. 

A head how sober, a heart how spacious 

Brownell 



ANNE LEONARD DONOVAN 
47 Normandy Road 

Class' Treasurer 2 ; Class Secretary 3, 4; Student Council 2, 
3 — Secretary, 4 — Treasurer; Masacksic 3, 4 — Literary 
Editor; Jet Jotter 3, 4 — Editor-in-chief; Glee Club 2, 3 
Leaders' Club 4; Drill Team 3, 4; Sport Night 2, 3, 4 
Field Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4 
Archery 2, 3 ; National Honor Society 3, 4 — Secretary 
Merit Scholarship Eligibility 4. 

leader is best when people barely know she leads 

Laotzu 





CHRISTINE MURIEL CARLSON 

Christy 

188 Westmoreland Avenue 

Class Treasurer 3, 4; Masacksic 3 — Junior Class Repre- 
sentative, 4 — Sports Editor; Jet Jotter 3, 4; Sophomore 
Dance Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; Senior 
Prom Committee 4; Office Aid 2; Girls' Chorus 4; Glee 
Club 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Librarian 3; Band 2 — Vice-Presi- 
dent 3, 4 ; Leaders' Club 4 — President; Sport Night 2, 3 — 
Mistress of Ceremonies, 4; Field Hockey 4; Badminton 3, 
4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tumbling 4; Apparatus 4; Archery 
3, 4; Volleyball 2, 4; Speedball 2; Swimming 2; Gymnastics 
2, 3, 4; ^ /j /or Apple 2 ; Captain of White Team 4; School 
Representative to Eastern States Exposition Governors' Day 
4; Marshall for Graduating Class of 1957 3; Junior Prom 
Queen Candidate 3- 

Personality is the measure of attraction's power 

Thomas 





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JESSIE ANN ADAMS 
41 Woolworth Street 
Jet Jotter 3; Business Club 3, 4; Pep Squad 3, 4. 
Life and love are all a dream 
Burns 




SUSAN ALDRICH 

Sue 

18 Maple Road 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Red Cross 
Club 4; Library Service Club 4; Au- 
dio-Visual Aids 4; Junior Achieve- 
ment Bank 4; Girls' Chorus 2; Pep 
Squad 3, 4; Archery 2, 3; Swimming 
2; Bowling 2. 

/4/i things are won by diligence 
Menander 



GEORGE SAMUEL 
ALSPACH, JR. 

Sam 

918 Longmeadow Street 

Hall Patrol 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; 
Audio-Visual Aids 2, 3, 4; Football 
2, 3; Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Tennis 3, 4. 

An easy-going soul and always was 
Aristophanes 



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JOAN TAYLOR ATHEARN 

Joanie 

1574 Longmeadow Street 

(Entered Longmeadow January 1956) 

Jet Jotter 3; Business Club 3, 4. 

Love is the salt of life 

Sheffield 

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MARILYN ELIZABETH BILLINGS 

Beetle 

118 Hopkins Place 

Masacksic 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Office Aid 3, 4; Cafe- 
teria Aid 3, 4; dee Club 3, 4; Lyrics 3; Girls' Chorus 4; Cheer- 
leaders 3, 4 — Captain; Sport Night 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 4; 
Badminton 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Archery 
3; Softball 2; Bowling 2; Ping Pong 3, 4; Speedball 2; Gymnastics 
2, 3, 4; Folk Dancing 2, 3, 4. 

/4 friend is a person' with whom I may he sincere 

Emerson 





JOANNE BALDWIN 

Jody 

24 Birnie Road 

Class Secretary 2; Masacksic 3, 4 — 
Sales Manager; Jet Jotter 2, 4; A is 
for Apple 2 — Usher; Dramatic 
Club 4; Sophomore Dance Commit- 
tee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Library Service Club 3, 4; Glee Club 
2, 3; Pep Squad 3; Drill Team 4; 
Sport Night 2, 3, 4; Badminton 3, 
4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 
4; Usher for Graduation 3. 

/4// ^>e joys of sense lie in three 
words, health, peace, and competence 

Pope 



PAUL THOMAS BISESTI 

Duke 

48 Converse Streec 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Football 
2; Longmeadow High School Rifle 
Club 2, 3, 4 — Secretary. 

Peace and be wise; no gods love idle 
speech 

Emerson 





WAYNE CLIFTON BARNES 

Ace 

53 Ellington Street 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Hall Patrol 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; 
Audio-Visual Aids 4; Soccer 4; Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Track 4; Scientific Achievement Award 3; Longmeadow High 
School Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. 

// « /Ae nature of a great mind to be calm and undisturbed 

Seneca 



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DAVID JOHN COMPTOIS 

Dave 

403 Maple Road 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Intramural Basketball 3; Intramural 
Volleyball 4. 

Let us live then, and be glad 
Unknown 





ANTHONY JOSEPH 
CALABRESE 

27 Ferncroft Street 

Football 2, 3; Soccer 4; Intramural 
Volleyball 3; Baseball 2, 3; Golf 4. 

/ read in a book once . . . 
A.J.C. 



THOMAS FRANCIS 
CORDIS, III 

Toot 

705 Longmeadow Street 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Science 
Club 4; Soccer 4; Intramural Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 
2, 3, 4; Track. 

IFe would all be idle if we could 
Johnson 





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MARJORIE COHN 

Marge 

43 Burbank Road 

Masackstc 3; Jet Jotter 2, 3; Red Cross Club 2; Audio-Visual 
Aids 4; Junior Achievement Bank 3; Swimming 2; Bowling 2. 

Gentle of speech, beneficent of mind 

Homer 




JOYCE ANN CROWLEY 

127 Rugby Road 

(Entered Longmeadow November 1955) 

Masacksic 3 — Junior Representative, 4 — Secretary; Jet Jotter 
4 — Feature Co-editor; Our Town 3 — Usher; Sophomore Dance 
Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3 — Chairman of Tickets 
Committee; Drill Team 3, 4 — Co-captain; Sport Night 3, 4; 
Field Hockey 4; Badminton 4; Tumbling 4; Apparatus 4; Junior 
Prom Queen 3. 

No gems, no gold she needs to wear, she shines intrinsically fair 

Bedingfield 




ROBERT CORY CULTER, JR. 

Bob 

105 Whitmun Road 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Photog- 
raphy Club 2, 3, 4; Science Club 2, 
3, 4; Audio-Visual Aids 2, 3, 4; In- 
tramural Volleyball 4; Scientific 
Achievement Award 3; Longmeadow 
High School Rifle Club 2, 3, 4. 

He wax wow/ /o speak plain and to 
the purpose 

Shakespeare 



LEONARD FRANCIS 
DALE, JR. 

Lee 

675 Williams Street 

( Entered Longmeadow 
September 1957) 

In quietness and confidence shall be 
your strength 

Old Testament 




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JUDITH RAIA DANIELS 

Judi 

34 Edson Street 

(Entered Longmeadow September 1956) 

Red Cross Club 3; Library Service Club 4; Junior Achievement 
Bank 3; Glee Club 3. 

On a good bargain, think twice 

Herbert 27 





GAIL COURTNEY DARDEN 

58 Fairfield Terrace 

Jet Jotter 4 — Girls' Sports Editor; Leaders' Club 4; Pep Squad 
3; Drill Team 4; Sport Night 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Badmin- 
ton 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tumbling 3, 4; Apparatus 3, 4; 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Archery 3, 4; Softball 2, 4; Bowling 4; Jet 
Team Captain 4; Folk Dancing 2, 3, 4; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Speed- 
ball 3; Ping Pong 3, 4. 

/1«^ je/ Aer heart upon the goal not on the prize 

Watson 



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ELAINE CLAUDIA 
DEL VECCHIO 

55 Longfellow Drive 

Masacksic 4; Junior Achievement 
Bank 2; Glee Club 2, 3; Swimming 
2; Lyrics 2, 3; All-State Chorus 3. 

/* m «or «ze that counts but 
personality 

Unknown 



JUDITH ANN DeWOLFE 

Judy 

1 14 Greenacre Avenue 

Glee Club 4; Band 2,3; Cheerleaders 
4; Sport Night 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 

2, 3, 4; Badminton 4; Basketball 2, 

3, 4; Tumbling 4; Apparatus 4; Vol- 
leyball 2, 3, 4; Archery 3; Softball 2. 

Laugh where we must, be candid 
where we can 
Pope 




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SUSAN ELLEN DONOVAN 

Sue 

19 Chatham Road 

(Entered Longmeadow September 1956) 

Masacksic 4 — Girls' Sports Editor; Jet Jotter 3, 4 — Editor- 
in-chief; Our Town 3 — Usher; Dramatic Club 4; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Ring Committee 3; Glee Club 3; Leaders' Club 4; 
Pep Squad 3; Drill Team 4; Sport Night 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 
4; Badminton 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; Tumbling 3, 4; Apparatus 
3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Archery 3, 4; Softball 4; Gymnastics 
3; National Honor Society 4; Usher for Graduation 3. 

Charms strike the sight and merit wins the soul 

Pope 




LINDA CHASE FABYAN 

1050 Longmeadow Street 

Masacksic 4; Jet Jotter 4; Band 2; Pep Squad 4; Sport Night 
4; Badminton 4; Swimming 2; Bowling 2; Sophomore Dance 
Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3. 

The essence of humor is sensibility 

Carlyle 



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ROBERT CLAPP FLINT 

Boh 

108 Colony Road 

Masacksic 4 — Photography Editor; 
Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Hall 
Patrol 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 2, 
3, 4 — President; Science Club 3, 
4; Debating Society 4; Football 2, 
3 — Manager; Hockey 2,3 — Man- 
ager; Baseball 2 — Manager. 

Happy is he who has been able to 
find the cause of things 

Virgil 



DONALD ERLYN 
DRINKWATER 

Drink 

114 Birnie Road 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Science 
Fair 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 
3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4: 
Tennis 3; Golf. 

There is a time of speaking ana a 
time of being still 
Caxton 




SUSAN LANTOR EHRLICH 

Sue 

524 Laurel Street 

(Entered Longmeadow September 1956) 

Masacksic 3; Jet Jotter 4; Red Cross Club 3 — Vice-President, 
4; Library Service Club 3, 4; Debating Society 4; Junior Achieve- 
ment Bank 3 — Treasurer; Sport Night 3, 4; Badminton 3, 4; 
Basketball 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Archery 4. 

/4 gentleness of spirit and a sweet serenity of mind 

Irving 



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JOAN ELLEN GIUSTINA 

Joanie 

52 Prynwood Road 

Masacksic 4 — Treasurer; Jet Jotter 2; Library Service Club 3 
Chorus 2; Pep Squad 3, 4; Sport Night 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 4 
Badminton 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Archery 3 
4; Swimming 2; Bowling 2; Ping Pong 4. 

A/er /ace betokened all things dear and good 

Ingelow 





ROBERT WARD FUGERE 

Bob 

197 Warren Terrace 

Boys' State 3; Masacksic 3, 4 — 
Editor; Jet Jotter 4; Hall Patrol 2, 
3, 4; Science Club 4; Debating 
Society 4 — Vice-President; Soccer 
2, 3, 4; Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 
4; Golf 3, 4; Harvard Book Prize 
Award 3; National Honor Society 3, 
4 — Vice-President; Merit Scholar- 
ship Eligibility 4. 

Action is the proper fruit of knowl- 
edge 

Fuller 



LELAND HOWARD GREER 

Lee 

17 Emerson Road 

Our Town 3; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
Band 2; Soccer 2, 3; Intramural Vol- 
leyball 3; Track. 

Come on and hear, come on and 
hear, Alexander 's ragtime band 
Unknown 





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CAROL ANN GANNER 

56 Lawnwood Avenue 

Masacksic 4; Red Cross Club 3, 4; Science Club 4; Chorus 2; Glee 
Club 3; Pep Squad 3, 4; Sport Night 2, 4. 

Her kind thoughts, she imparts with every glance 

Parnell 



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DARLENE ELIZABETH GULVIN 
Dar 

108 Edgewood Avenue 

Masacksic 4; Junior Prom Committee 3; Chorus 3, 4; Glee Club 
4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Sport Night 2, 3, 4; Badminton 2, 3, 4; Vol- 
leyball 3, 4; Swimming 2; Bowling 2; Basketball 4; Gymnastics 
2, 3, 4; Ping Pong 4; Folk Dancing 2, 3; Merit Scholarship 
Eligibility 4. 

0/ manners, gentle, of affections, mild 

Pope 



FRANCES ANN HAMILTON 

Fran 

(Entered Longmeadow September 
1956) 

Masacksic 4; Junior Prom Committee 
3; Library Service Club 4; Debat- 
ing Society 4; Glee Club 3; Pep 
Squad 3. 

U^/feere 'ere she met a stranger, there 
she left a friend 
Lowell 



MARGO HIXON HAYES 

114 Crescent Road 

Masacksic 4 — Editor for Patrons 
and Patronesses; Jet Jotter 2, 4 — 
Feature Co-editor; Our Town 3 — 
Usher; Dramatic Club 2, 4; Sopho- 
more Dance Committee 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Ring Commit- 
tee 3; Chorus 4; Glee Club 4; Band 
2; Pep Squad 3, 4; Sport Night 4; 
Badminton 3, 4; Basketball 3, 4; 
Volleyball 3, 4; Swimming 2; Bowl- 
ing 2; National Honor Society 3, 4; 
Usher for Graduation 3. 

W 7 *'/ a»<^ wisdom are born with her 

Selden 




ELIZABETH BECK HEIT 

Betsy 
35 Warwick Street 
(Re-entered Longmeadow September 1957) 
Library Service Club 4; Debating Society 4; Chorus 4. 
Innocent as a devil of two years old 

Swift 31 





STEPHEN R. HIRSCH 

Steve 

1572 Longmeadow Street 

Student Council 2, 3; Boys' State 3; Masacksic 4; Jet Jotter 2, 3, 
4; Hall Patrol 2, 3, 4; Red Cross Club 2, 3; Science Fair 3 — 
Third Prize, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basket- 
ball 2; Intramural Volleyball 3, 4. 

The secret of. success is constancy to purpose 

Anonymous 



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LUCINDA REED HODSKINS 

Cindy 

63 Mill Road 

Masacksic 4; Sophomore Dance 
Committee 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Red Cross Club 4; Pep 
Squad 4; Sport Night 2, 3, 4; Bad- 
minton 4; Basketball 2, 4; Tumbling 
2, 4; Apparatus 2, 4; Volleyball 2, 
4; Archery 4; Fistball 3, 4; Glee 
Club 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4. 

The heart's mirth does make the face 
fair 

Unknown 



STANLEY JOSEPH 
HOGEMAN 

Stan, Hoge 

215 Converse Street 

Soccer 2, 3; Intramural Volleyball 
3, 4; Track 3, 4. 

And u'e're all good fellows, together 
O'Keeffe 




MARILYN KATHRYN INESON 

Twink 

3 Herbert Street 

Masacksic 4 — Typing Editor; Red Cross Club 2 — Homeroom 
Representative; Business Club 3, 4; Girls' Chorus 2; Pep Squad 
3, 4; Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Junior Prom Committee 3; 
Basketball 4; /*?/ Jotter 2; Dramatic Club 2. 

Beauty is the flower of virtue 

Ray 32 




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JUDITH ANN KNAUS 

Judy 

140 Eton Road 

(Entered Longmeadow September 1956) 

Masacksic A; Jet Jotter 3, 4; Our Town 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Leaders' Club 4; Pep Squad 3; Drill Team 4; Sport 
Night 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Badminton 3, 4; Basketball 3, 
4; Apparatus 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4. 

It's easier to believe than to doubt 

Martin 





NANCY LEE JOHNSON 

Nance 

131 Maple Road 

Glee Club 2, 3,4; Lyrics 2, 3; Chorus 
4; Pep Squad 3; Swimming 2; Bowl- 
ing 2. 

Moderation, the noblest gift of God 
Euripides 



PATRICIA NASH KNODE 

Kitty 

160 Ames Road 

Jet Jotter 2, 3; Dramatic Club 2, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3; Red 
Cross Club 2; Junior Achievement 
School Bank 2; Pep Squad 3; Sport 
Night 4; Basketball 4. 

SAe touches nothing but she adds 
a charm 

Fenelon 





LOIS WILMA KLEMPNER 

Klemp 

133 Elmwood Avenue 

Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 3; Sport Night 4; Badminton 4; 
Volleyball 2, 4. 

Wonders await us at every turn 
Anonymous 



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JANET DORIS LARKIN 

Jan 

lA Herbert Street 

Red Cross Club 4; Leaders' Club 4 — Treasurer; Cheerleaders 3; 
Sport Night 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 3, 4; Badminton 3, 4; Basket- 
ball 2, 3, 4; Tumbling 3, 4; Apparatus 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Archery 3, 4; Softball 4; Swimming 2; Bowling 2; Rotary Club 
— History Award — 3. 

Never idle a moment, but thrifty and thoughtful of others 

Longfellow 



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THEODORE MICHAEL 
LEATHEM 

Mike 

134 Barrington Road 

Hall Patrol 2, 3, 4; Science Club 4; 
Debating Society 4; Soccer 2, 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4; Representative at Ameri- 
can International College Model 
Congress 3. 

Ambition has no rest 
Bulwer-Lytton 



PETER T. LEPPER 

Peanuts 

1AA Shaker Road 

(Entered Longmeadow 
September 1957) 

Hockey 4. 

Life is too short to be serious 
Anonymous 




RICHARD MICHAEL LEVEN 

Lum 

49 Laurel Street 

A is for Apple 2; Our Town 3; Science Club 4; Glee Club 3, 4; 
Soccer 3 — Captain, 4; Hockey 3 — '- Captain; Intramural Volley- 
ball 3, 4; Golf 3. 

Laugh and be well 

Green 34 




DIANE VIRGINIA MEMERY 

Memzie 

115 Benedict Terrace 

Science Club 4; Band 2, 3; Sport Night 2, 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 
4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4. 

Inwardness and mildness make for happiness 

Arnold 



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RALPH JULIUS LEWIS 

38 Franklin Road 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Soccer 3; 
Hockey 3, 4; Golf 3, 4; 

Some think the world is made for 
fun and frolic and so do I 
Anonymous 



DAVID WARREN MERRILL 

Dave 

14 Wendover Road 

Masacksic 3,4; Jet Jotter 3,4; Sopho- 
more Dance Committee 2; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Ring Commit- 
tee 3; Hall Patrol 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 

2, 3; Leaders' Club 4; Soccer 2, 3, 
4 — Co-captain; Basketball 3, 4; 
Intramural Volleyball 3, 4; Track 

3, 4. 

'Tw good-will makes intelligence 
Emerson 





LAURIE BROOKS LINCOLN 

La 

Al Pleasantview Avenue 

Masacksic 3; Jet Jotter 4 — Department Editor; Leaders' Club 
4; Pep Squad 3; Sport Night 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Badminton 
3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Apparatus 2, 3, 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Archery 4; Gymnastics 3. 

Lf'/e « j^orf, &#/ there is still time for courtesy 

Emerson 



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CAROLYN BUENA NIENHUYS 
160 Ames Road 

Our Town 3; Glee Club 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; Sport 
Night 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tumbling 4; 
Apparatus 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; Archery 2, 3, 4. 

Good humor is the health of the soul 
Anonymous 





GENEVA LEE METZLER 

Jeanie 

206 Burbank Road 

Jet Jotter 3; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3 — Tickets Chairman; Office 
Aid 3, 4; Business C\ub 3 — Pub- 
lic-Relations Officer, 4 — Vice-Presi- 
dent; Glee Club 3, 4; Lyrics 3; 
Chorus 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Sport 
Night 3, 4; Softball 2; Bowling 2; 
Folk Dancing 3, 4; Gymnastics 3, 
4; iW<?jtfc^«'c 4. 

/4 true friend is forever a friend 
Macdonald 



BRADFORD OLIN 
PARKER, JR. 

Brad 

33 Mill Road 

(Entered Longmeadow 
September 1957) 

Masacksic 4; Jet Jotter 4; Sophomore 
Dance Committee 2 — Chairman; 
Hall Patrol 2, 4; Glee Club 4; Foot- 
ball 2; Basketball 2; Intramural 
Volleyball 2, 4; Tennis 4; Baseball 2. 

A man of all hours ready for any- 
thing 

Quintilian 





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JAMES BRYANT MULLANE 

Stretch 

143 Greenacre Avenue 
(Re-entered Longmeadow September 1957) 

Science Club 2, 4; Glee Club 2; Basketball 4; Intramural Volley- 
ball 2, 4. 

/4»</ certainly he was a good fellow 
Chaucer 





PENELOPE BRADFORD PAUL 

Penny 

251 Park Drive 

Red Cross Club 2, 4; Pep Squad 3; Sport Night 2, 3, 4; 
Hockey 3; Basketball 4; Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Swimming 2. 

Gentle is as gentle does 
Warter 



Field 



TIMATHA STONE PIERCE 

Timmy 

113 Converse Street 

(Entered Longmeadow 
September, 1957) 

Chorus 4; Glee Club 4. 

Her air, her manners, all who saw 
admired 

Crabbe 



ALISON PRATT 

857 Longmeadow Street 

Masacksic 3,4; Jet Jotter 2; A is for 
Apple 2 — Usher; Sophomore 
Dance Committee 2; Photography 
Club 2; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Pep 
Squad 3; Drill Team 4; Sport Night 

2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 3, 4; Badmin- 
ton 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tum- 
bling 2; Apparatus 2; Volleyball 2, 

3, 4; Archery 2, 3; Gymnastics 2, 
3, 4; Swimming 2. 

T/?e highest of distinctions is serv- 
ice to others 

King George VI 




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JACK R. PRINGLE 

Lucky 
397 Williams Street 
(Entered Longmeadow May 1956) 
Orchestra 3; Band 4. 
There is no wisdom like frankness 

Disraeli 37 





JOY MacKAY RANSLOW 
88 Homestead Boulevard 
Business Club 3, 4; Chorus 2; Pep Squad 3. 
Kindness is the sunshine in which virtue grows 

Ingersoll 



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PETER LINWOOD REGAN 

Pete 

53 Warren Terrace 

(Entered Longmeadow 
September 1956) 

Junior Prom Committee 3; Hall 
Patrol 4; Science Fair 3, 4; Foot- 
ball 4; Soccer 3; Hockey 3, 4; In- 
tramural Volleyball 3, 4; Tennis 3; 
Golf 3, 4. 

Don't cry girls, I'll be back 
Unknown 



DONALD ARTHUR 
ROBB, JR. 

Mouse 

26 Riverview Avenue 

Audio-Visual Aids 2; Football 2, 3, 
4; Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4; 
Track 3, 4. 

Not in rewards but in the strenght 
to strive, the blessing lies 
Trowbrige 




PAMELA ROBERTS 

Pam 

100 Pleasantview Avenue 

Masacksic 4; Jet Jotter 4; Our Town 3 — Usher; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Ring Committee 3; Glee Club 4; Chorus 4; Pep 
Squad 3, 4; Sport Night 3, 4; Field Hockey 4; Basketball 3; 
Volleyball 3; Usher for Graduation 3. 

Laugh yourself into stitches 

Shakespeare 38 




JANE SALTZMAN 
116 Hopkins Place 

Masacksic 3 — Literary Staff; Jet Jotter 4 — Editor of General 
News; A is for Apple 2; Our Town 3; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee 3 — Decoration Chairman; Library 
Service Club 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Lyrics 2; Field Hockey 
4; Basketball 3; Volleyball 4; Latin Banquet — Chairman 4. 

T&e /orce of her merit makes her way 
Shakespeare 



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DEENA JOAN ROSEN 

8 1 Tecumseh Drive 

Masacksic 3, 4 — Assistant Literary 
Editor; A is for Apple 2; Our Town 
3; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Debating Society 
4; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Sport Night 
4; Bowling 2; National Honor 
Society 4. 

Art for art's sake 
Coussin 



SHARON SANDREW 

Sandy 

510 Bliss Road 

(Entered Longmeadow 
September 1957) 

Debating Society 4; Basketball 4; 
Volleyball 4; Softball 4. 

U^z'/A virtue and quietness one may 
conquer the world 
Lao Tze 





SUSAN BRADFORD RYDER 

Sue 

53 Hillside Terrace 

Masacksic 4 — Art Editor; Junior Prom Committee 3; Glee Club 
2, 3, 4; Lyrics 3; Chorus 4; Pep Squad 3, 4; Sport Night 2, 3, 
4; Badminton 3, 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Tumbling 4; Volleyball 
2, 3, 4; Archery 4; Swimming 2; Bowling 2; Ping Pong 3, 
4; Gymnastics 2, 3, 4; Folk Dancing 3, 4; Fistball 3, 4; Speed- 
ball 3, 4; Red Cross 4. 

Forgetting is woman's first and greatest art 

Aldington 



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MARGARET E. SHEA 

Peggy 

31 Chandler Avenue 

Masacksic 3, 4; Jet Jotter 4; Dramatic Club 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Library Service Club 4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; 
Sport Night 2 — Mistress of Ceremonies. 

Happiness seems made to be shared 
Corneille 





RICHARD JOSEPH 
SCHNEIDER 

Dick 

178 Hazard ville Road 

(Entered Longmeadow 
October 1955) 

Class Vice-President 3; Student 
Council 3, 4 — President; Junior 
Prom Committee 3; Sophomore 
Dance Committee 2; Ring Commit- 
tee 3; Hall Patrol 3, 4; Leaders' 
Club 3, 4; Soccer 4; Basketball 2, 3, 
4; Intramural Volleyball 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4 — Captain; Marshall 
for Graduating Class of 1957 3; 
Student Council Representative in 
Boston 1957. 

No sooner said than done — so 
acts your man of worth 
Priscanius 



JEFFREY RICHARD SIMONS 

Jeff 

110 Briarcliff Road 

Masacksic 4 — Business Manager; 
Dramatic Club 4; Science Club 3, 
4; Debating Society 4 — President; 
Audio-Visual Aids 2, 3, 4; Junior 
Achievement Bank 2, 3, President 
— 4; Orchestra 2, 3; Intramural 
Volleyball 3, 4; Model Congress 3. 

U y /7/f> works we govern men 
Disraeli 





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DONALD JAMES SHAKOUR 

Don 

16 Roseland Terrace 

Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Hall Patrol 3, 4; Leaders' Club 
4; Football 4; Basketball 4; Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 3, 4. 

5o o/ cheerfulness, or a good temper, the more it is spent, the 
more of it remains 
Emerson 





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CHRISTINA MAE SMITH 

Tina 

35 Barrington Road 

Photography Club; Red Cross Club 3, 4; Science Club 2, 4; Pep 
Squad 3, 4; Sport Night 2; Medical Association Award — Sec- 
ond Prize 2; Honorable Mention for School Science Fair 2. 

A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance 

Shakespeare 



GAIL STEIN 
63 Briarcliff Road 

( Entered Longmeadow 
September 1956) 

Masacksic 4; jet Jotter 4; Dramatic 
Club 3, 4; Our Town 3; Junior Prom 
Committee 3; Library Service Club 
4; Debating Society 4; Junior Achieve- 
ment Bank — Vice President; 
Glee Club 4; Chorus 4; Sport 
Night 4; Field Hockey 4; Basket- 
ball 3, 4; Volleyball 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 4. 

Do yo« «o/ know I am a woman? 
When I think, I must speak 
Shakespeare 



RONALD WILLIAM 
STEWART 

Ronnie 

19 Maplewood Street 

(Entered Longmeadow 
September 1956) 

Science Club 3, 4; Science Fair 3, 4; 
Audio-Visual Aids 4; Soccer 4; In- 
tramural Volleyball 4; Intramural 
Basketball 4. 

Li'/e <*W £oo^ living, what do we 
want besides? 

La Fontaine 




SUSAN ALICE STOUGHTON 

Sue 

26 Burbank Road 

(Entered Longmeadow September 1957) 

Business Club 4; Basketball 2. 

With modest dignity and calm content 

Rogers 41 





MARY-ALICE STUSICK 
2033 Wilbraham Road 
(Entered Longmeadow September 1956) 
Orchestra 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee 3. 
There is no truer truth obtainable by man than comes of music 

Browning 




LINDA CAROL SWANSON 

Moose 

204 Longview Drive 

Masacksic 4; Sophomore Dance 
Committee 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee 3; Debating Society 4; Chorus 
4; Orchestra 2, 3, 4; Band 2, 3, 4; 
Librarian 2, 3, 4; Pep Squad 4; 
Sport Night 2, 3, 4; Field Hockey 

2, 3, 4; Badminton 3, 4; Fistball 2, 

3, 4; Tumbling 4; Apparatus 3, 4; 
Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Archery 3, 4; 
Softball 2; Swimming 2; Speedball 
2; Bowling 2; Skating 2. 

Merrily, merrily shall I live now 
Shakespeare 



ROBERT CHARLES 
SWANSON 

R.C. 

518 Park Drive 

Our Town 3; Hall Patrol 2, 3, 4; 
Leaders' Club 3, 4; Football 2, 3, 
4 — Co-Captain; Basketball 2, 3, 4; 
Intramural Volleyball 2, 3, 4; Base- 
ball 2, 3, 4. 

U^'h without boasting, lose without 
excuse 

Terhune 



Hall 



THEODORE BURNETT TAYLOR 
Ted 

86 Longmeadow Street 
Patrol 2, 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Debating Society 4; 



Hockey 2; Intramural Volleyball 3; University of Massachusetts 
Math Contest 2, 3 — First Prize. 

/ live the life I love 

Unknown 42 



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FRANKLIN RUEL WARD 

Frank 

100 Birchwood Avenue 

Sophomore Dance Committee 2; Hall Patrol 3, 4 — Captain; 
Science Club 3, 4; Chorus 2; Football 4; Intramural Volleyball 2, 
3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4; Intramural Basketball 2, 3, 4; National 
Honor Society 4 — Treasurer; Merit Scholarship Eligibility 4. 

Whatever is worth doing is worth doing well 

Chesterfield 



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PATRICIA MARY 
VECCHIARELLI 

Pat 

19 Fenwood Road 

Orchestra 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Drill 
Team 4; Sport Night 4. 

/4 £/«<^ and gentle heart she has 
Goldsmith 



JACQUELYN JOYCE WARD 

Jackie 

45 Riverview Avenue 

Red Cross Club 4; Pep Squad 3; 
Sport Night 4; Badminton 4; Bowl- 
ing 2; Ping Pong 4; Baslcetball 4; 
Masacksic 4; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee 3. 

All that fair is, is by nature good 
Spenser 





CLARKE RICHARD VOLK 

Smiley, Dick 

148 Bliss Road 

Junior Achievement Bank 3; Football 3, 4 — Manager; Hockey 
3, 4 — Manager; Baseball 2, 3, 4 — Manager; Longmeadow High 
School Rifle Club 3- 

His smiling eyes with truth were stored 

Spenser 



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CLASS 



Upon the opening of the new Longmeadow High School in 
September, 1955, the Class of '58 entered the final stage of their 
education in Longmeadow. As members of the first student body, 
it became our obligation to lay the foundation for many aspects 
of school life and to make decisions which would remain un- 
changed for years to come. 

During that first year we pursued the light of knowledge, 
relatively undisturbed by the blank walls, empty spaces, sounds 
of tractors, hammers, and busy workmen. We proceeded imme- 
diately to set several precedents. We named our school color, the 
school standard "Lancer", and organized the newspaper, student 
council, and various other clubs. 

Next, we elected as our class officers for the year 195 5 -'5 6, 
Bill Gilbert, President; Ray Strople, Vice-President; Jody Bald- 
win, Secretary; and Anne Donovan, Treasurer. Mrs. Leab became 
our class advisor. After our first encounter with exams we pro- 
ceeded in February of 1956 to hold the Sophomore Dance. As the 
social event of the year for our class, it was successful in every 
way except financially. 

As the year progressed, we enthusiastically supported the 
school play, "A is for Apple", in which Deena Rosen and Betty 
D'ltalia performed with distinction. Many members of our class 
were active, also, in the first annual Sport Night and in the Music 
Night. After final examinations, we departed for summer vacation, 
looking forward to the coming year, our first in an established 
high school. 

When we returned to Longmeadow High in September, we 
found the rooms which had formerly been empty, filled with over 
a hundred and fifty new faces. In light of their presence our po- 
sition as juniors became even more exalted. Although still second 
in command, we began to take a more active part in school affairs. 



HISTORY 



For class officers we elected Bill Gilbert, President; Dick Schneider, 
Vice-President; Anne Donovan, Secretary; and Christy Carlson, 
Treasurer. With the band, cheerleaders, and drill team in crisp 
new uniforms, we cheered our varsity teams to their first victories. 

In March, we applauded Deena Rosen who starred as Emily 
Webb in the school production of "Our Town", and we again 
supported the Girls' Sport Night. By this time, we were also busy 
making plans for the Junior Prom which was to be held in May. 
Joyce Crowley and Dick Schneider were crowned Prom queen 
and king by Ray Strople,' chairman of the dance. Since it was 
nearly a 'must' for all Juniors to attend the Prom and subsequent 
festivities, both proved unusually enjoyable. 

After graduation of the Class of '57, and a rather fleeting 
summer, we re-entered school in September of 1957 as seniors, 
determined to equal the success of the previous class. We again 
elected officers for the school year. They were Bill Gilbert, Presi- 
dent; Ray Strople, Vice-President; Anne Donovan, Secretary; and 
Christy Carlson, Treasurer. Dick Schneider had been elected presi- 
dent of the Student Council in June and Bob Fugere was chosen 
editor of the Masacksk. Faced with the responsibilities of school 
leadership and the sudden realization that we must make decisions 
very soon regarding our own future, we became more active in 
school affairs and absorbed in our studies. Ever optimistic, we 
followed our teams to every game, giving them our wholehearted 
support. 

With no little regret, we are increasingly aware of the fact 
that our high school career is drawing to a close. We recognize 
our obligation to continue in the tradition of excellence which 
has been set for us. We resolve with a strong sense of school pride, 
which we will carry with us long after graduation, to meet this 
obligation. 

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CLASS OFFICERS 
J. Cox, Treasurer; R. Kittredge, Vice-President; 
E. Mulkerin, President; K. Wells, Secretary. 



JUNIORS 

Class of 1959 




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First Row: N. Brecht, S. Christie, A. Atwood, L. Al- 
spach, V. Burman, E. Burbank, J. Bouffard, P. Ashton, 
J. Carter, C. Artioli. 

Second Row: C. Adiletti, D. Cimini, N. Carruthers, J. 
Bachulas, S. Bridge, A. Avery, P. Athern, E. Barkett. 
Third Row: D. Cimini, D. Carbonneau, R. Boynton, 
A. Arnold, J. Baldwin, P. Brouwer, M. Canter. 



JUNIORS 

First Row: J. Coyle, J. Coes, P. Clarke, S. 
Greer, K. Flenschke, N. Fisher, P. Fedak, 
C. Gregary, K. Evans, J. Guterman. 
Second Row: J. Guidette, R. Henschke, 
M. B. Gladney, K. Griffin, B. Guenther, 
P. Frost, J. Ereckson, J. Duval. 
Third Row: L. Ekmejian, D. Collins, C. 
Hollister, J. Cox, J. Greenwood, T. 
Ewing. 



CLASS ADVISORS 
Miss Hoxie and Mr. Josselyn 



JUNIORS 

First Row: M. Lewis, S. Lawsing, B. Leathern, L. 
Kattler, R. Levine, J. Johnston, J. Holter, S. Little, 
L. Leveton, H. Levine. 

Second Row: J. Lang, D. Jacques, C. Lane, J. Law- 
sing, A. Klutch, R. Jarvis, E. Kaufman, K. Lake. 
Third Row: M. Jacobson, R. MacGregor, R. Kittridge, 
W. Lauer, J. Kane, R. Krueger, S. Kelty. 



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JUNIORS 
First Row: J. Harton, D. Pond, L. 
Richardson, M. Mannix, B. R. Mar- 
golis, P. Moriarity, E. Rachele, B. 
Schneider, S. Sandrew, P. Mucha. 
Second Row: E. Mazer, P. Routson, 
J. Peters, C. Mielnikowski, C. Reed, 
S. Memery, W. Schmidt, W. Savola. 
Third Row: H. Nannen, P. Russell, 
D. Neef, R. Phelon, A. Mayer, J. 
Sennstrom, R. Pease, G. Robitaille. 






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Class of 1959 








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JUNIORS 
First Row: A. Whitefield, E. Silver- 
man, P. Williams, E. Talbot, K. 
Wells, K. Watson, P. Tenney, J. 
Talbert, S. Wilson, R. Simon. 
Second Row: J. Tenney, D. Taylor, 
E. Trachtenberg, R. Westcott, K. 
Talbot, P. Stone, P. Vecchiarelli. 
Third Row: R. Stahl, E. Mulkerin, 
J. VanVoorhis, L. Walter, R. Za- 
nolli. 




CLASS OFFICERS 

J. Mohrman, Treasurer; R. Nye, Vice-President; 
P. Strople, President; S. Thomas, Secretary. 



SOPHOMORES 

Class of I960 



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SOPHOMORES 
First Row: Bar. Biondi, S. Albano, M. Clark, C. Bol- 
trucyk, J. Chusano, S. Bassett, J. Bloom, C. Almgren, 
C. Abrams, Bev. Biondi. 

Second Row: D. Adams, M. Cimini, E. Bloom, S. 
Benjamin, D. Breglio, S. Caswell, B. Chapin, J. 
Bouffard, T. Astaldi, D. Baird. 
Third Row: B. Aldrich, R. Bullions, B. Anderson, 
C. Clark, B. Adams, D. Christensen. 



SOPHOMORES 
First Row: E. Gilmour, J. Cohen, G. 
Cook, J. Dickerman, E. Dierauf, J. 
Cowles, J. Gold, P. Doyle, E. Goldberg. 
Second Row: J. Gould, B. Coyle, D. For- 
dyce, W. Craig,' M. DeVylder, R. Drink- 
water, R. Fairchild, P. Guernsey. 
Third Row: D. Ellis, C. Cort, W. Craft, 
A. Morace, E. Flagler, D. Dubuisson, R. 
Gebeau, B. Doherty. 



CLASS ADVISORS 

Miss Maclntyre and Mr. Pratt 



SOPHOMORES 
First Row: A. McCullough, D. Keith, R. Harten, A. 
Leers, E. Hoppe, D. Hastie, B. Hinkson, K. Listner, 
J. Hathaway, T. McCormack. 

Second Row: R. Hodskins, R. Harding, M. Mayer, 
R. Hill, G. Gustafson, L. Larkin, P. Kranzusch, P. 
Howard, M. Kana, R. Kimball. 
Third Row: K. Krohne, D. Leslie, D. Harper, J. 
Harkless, A. McCormack, R. MacDonnell, B. Kit- 
tredge, B. Klempner, R. Johnston, M. Mazer. 



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SOPHOMORES 
First Row: L. Norton, C. Paige, N. 
Newhauser, A. Morton, N. Ortland, 
J. Polhemus, J. Miller, P. Penney, 
R. Reed, J. Mohrman. 
Second Row: J. Page, T. Paruseau, 
S. Neef, C. Phelon, D. Pratt, B. 
Newell, T. Milton. 
Third Row: D. Ransom, M. Parks, 
A. Meilnikowski, R. Murphy, B. 
Nye, M. O'Malley. 






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Class of I960 







SOPHOMORES 
First Row: B. Shepard, S. Thomas, 
E. TenBroeck, P. Trumbull, C. 
Whitehead, M. Twohig, E. Swain. 
L. Wright, L. Rose, D. Sunter. 
Second Row: P. Strople, S. Wich- 
rowski, S. Shaw, M. Weisman, K. 
Weidner, A. White, D. Robb, A. 
Wood, S. Shatz. 

Third Row: W. Toner, R. Summers- 
gill, J. Tufts, J. Zackeus, G. Snyder, 
T. Vignone. 



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CLASS OFFICERS 
C. Carlson, Treasurer; R. Barker, Vice-Presi- 
dent; E. Guistina, President; C. Morner, Secre- 
tary. 



FRESHMEN 

Class of 1961 




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FRESHMEN 
First Row: S. Bocchino, B. Anas, P. Barnes, N. Bul- 
lock, C. Bisesti, S. Baldwin, N. Benton, P. Andrews, 
C. Buchdahl, B. Berman. 

Second Row: C. Avery, C. Beaver, P. Bates, E. Berg, 
N. Blake, J. Ahern, S. Aronson. 
Third Row : B. Babb, G. Burridge, R. Bueker, J. Al- 
den, B. Bateman, R. Barker, R. Atwood. 



FRESHMEN 
First Row: P. Ciciarelli, K. Curran, O. 
Drummey, M. Craft, C. Carlson, J. Childs, 
N. Frost, V. Dondy, J. Coffin, P. Cul- 
linane. 

Second Row: P. Christie, S. Cady, J. Con- 
don, P. Collins, W. Donovan, W. Duffy, 
J. Chandler. 

Third Row: W. D'Avanzo, P. Clark, C. 
Coen, N. Day, N. Cohn, H. Decker. 



CLASS ADVISORS 
Mrs. Pelczarski and Mr. Climo 



FRESHMEN 
First Row: A. Evans, M. Fisher, P. Gould, L. Flint, 
J. Filio, B. Fitch, S. Flint, C. Frisbie, M. Grueheck, 
E. Guistina. 

Second Row: J. Ehrlich, G. Falkenberg, J. Farrell, 
P. Flemister, G. Grandison, A. Gramse, T. Falcon. 
Third Row: B. Edgerly, E. Epstein, S. Griffin, T. Har- 
mon, G. Gibson, W. Harkless, D. Gutermann. 



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FRESHMEN 
First Row: V. Markarian, E. Lanyon, 
G. Langevin, D. Knaus, D. Howland, 
S. Martin, L. Lawton, P. Keeney, J. 
Keeney, S. Kittredge. 
Second Row: B. Leab, R. Karcz, M. 
Krein, K. Kaynor, J. MacGregory. 
Third Row: M. Lauer, A. Low, H. 
Howard, F. Mahoney, A. Hockstra, J. 
Hunter. 






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Class of 1961 





FRESHMEN 
First Row: P. Phetteplace, C. Morner, 

B. Mitchell, C. Morris, C. Neef, P. 
Nettleton, N. Memery, D. Poole, G. 
Merriam, E. Milner. 

Second Row: T. Purdy, H. Miller, J. 
Mayock, B. Perkins, L. Pratt, J. Nan- 
nen, J. Merrill, D. Portfolio. 
Third Row: S. Mclntyre, Z. Mirkin, 

C. Newell, B. Perry, R. Moran, H. 
Paulsen, J. Nelson. 



Class of 1961 



FRESHMEN 
First Row: B. Zwirn, J. Tenney, L. Was- 
kiswicz, H. Sutherland, N. Stokes, J. 
Swan, A. Vecchiarelli, J. Zini, D. Terry, 
B. Wolfram. 

Second Row: P. Valliere, D. Volk, P. 
Weidner, J. Ward, L. Westcott, W. 
Weare. 

Third Row: R. Swain, B. Thompson, F. 
Wilson, R. Taylor. 




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FRESHMEN 
First Row: R. Smith, J. Simpson, A. Raz- 
za, J. Rudd, C. Ryder, J. Simons, J. Ro- 
berts, W. Ronaldson, M. Reidy, J. Rawles. 
Second Row: E. Salva, R. Simon, A. Salva, 
M. Ranslow, S. Skedden, A. Robson, D. 
Robb, W. Sproul. 

Third Row: D. Stockman, J. Searles, R. 
Rachele, D. Purrington, A. Stewart. 





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THE MASACKSIC STAFF 
First Row: - Miss Erickson-advisor, E. DelVecchio, J. Crowley, R. Fugere, K. 
Wells, P. Roberts, Miss Gaines-advisor. 

Second Row: Mr. Suher-advisor, A. Donovan, E. Silverman, J. Peters, S. Wilson, 
J. Knaus, L. Fabyan, F. Hamilton. 

Third Row: A. Pratt, J. Baldwin, J. Bachulus, S. Greer, M. Hayes, D. Ros"en, S. 
Ryder, M. Billings, D. Gulvin. 

Fourth Row: G Stein, L. Swanson, L. Hodskins, C Carlson, S. Donovan, J. 
Giustina, M. Ineson, C. Ganner. 

Fifth Row: R. Flint, W. Gilbert, J. Simons, B. Parker, S. Hirsch, R. Strople, D. 
Merrill. 



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After the fall appointment of Miss Gaines and Mr. Suher as faculty 
advisors, the 1958 Masacksk was under way. Contracting the photogra- 
pher and printer, the staff set out on an unfamiliar road. To provide the 
school with a yearbook of which it could be proud, we early realized the 
necessity of hard work. Subscriptions had to be sold, dummies had to be 
prepared, and articles had to be written. The staff readily accepted this 
challenge, and as a result, have produced a yearbook which we feel ful- 
fills our goal. 



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THE JET JOTTER STAFF 
First Row: B. Burbank, C. Carlson, J. Baldwin, S. Ehrlich. 

Second Row: Miss Jensen, advisor, N. Fisher, J. Bachulus, A. Donovan, S. Donovan, 
Miss Erickson, advisor. 

Third Row: R. Strople, S. Greer, J. Saltzman, J. Crowley, J. Knaus, S. Shatz. 
Fourth Row: G. Stein, G. Darden, P. Roberts, M. Hayes, L. Lincoln. 
Fifth Row: E. Mulkerin, J. Van Voorhis, B. Parker, S. Hirsch, D. Merrill, R. Fugere. 



JET JOTTER 

In the third year of publication, the Jet Jotter inaugurated several changes 
in the general appearance and layout. In September, a new masthead was 
adopted from a student design, and the newsprint was increased in length. 
Throughout the year, the entire staff, under the direction of Miss Jensen, Miss 
Vedany, and Miss Ericson, worked for improvement in the quality of the writ- 
ing and production. 

Staff members met, sometimes just barely, each successive deadline and 
despite a feeling of relief after distribution of the paper, editors, writers, and 
typists were never satisfied. Comments were answered with, "Wait 'till you 
see the next issue. It's going to be terrific! " 



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STUDENT COUNCIL 
First Row: Miss Vedany-advisor,, E. Mulkerin, R. Schneider, K. Wells, A. Donovan. 
Second Row: J. Mohrman, S. Wilson, C. Paige, E. Giustina, P. Ciciarelli, A. Evans. 
Third Row: P. Strople, R. Barker, W. Gilbert, J. Harkless, M. Canter. 



OUR LEADERS 




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NOW WHAT ABOUT THAT TRAFFIC SQUAD? 



STUDENT COUNCIL 



This year's Student Council, determined to increase its scale of operation, 
started off with full steam. President Dick. Schneider plunged us into a host 
of projects. 

Since the Hall Patrol, already well-established, required little council 
time, our energy was spent on the refreshment stand which operated during the 
home football games. Although Coke was a slow seller during the more frigid 
November games, the stand was successful enough to become an annual council 
project. As the final event of the fall season, the soccer team, out-maneuvering 
the muscle-bound football team, came out of the Council-sponsored speedball 
game victoriously. The beginning of winter found the Council deeply involved 
in Vice-President Ed Mulkerin's pet idea, an orientation book, more commonly 
known as a handbook. This compact student's Bible should be off the press 
in time for next year. Other undertakings included the faculty-student basket- 
ball game; the selling of such items as bookcovers, pennants, and sweatshirts; 
the Student Council Scholarship Booster Day Program; and the Annual Spring 
Playday. 



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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 
First Row: E. Silverman, G. Stein, D. Rosen, M. Hayes, S. Donovan, A. Atwood, V. 
Burman, Miss Maclntyre — Advisor. 

Second Row: W. Schmidt, E. Kaufman, F. Ward, R. Fugere, W. Gilbert, E. Mulkerin, J., 
Lawsing, H. Nannen. 



NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY 



In the fall of 1957, seven juniors and five seniors were elected to the 
Longmeadow High School Chapter of the National Honor Society, bringing 
the total membership to sixteen students. Officers for the coming year were 
elected, and they included Bill Gilbert, President; Bob Fugere, Vice-President; 
Anne Donovan, Secretary; and Frank Ward, Treasurer. 

Under the direction of Miss Maclntyre, the faculty advisor, the Honor 
Society is one of the most active organizations in the school. One of the newer 
innovations, sponsored by the current members, was the January reception 
for the graduate members and the faculty. 

Students are elected to the National Honor Society on the basis of charac- 
ter, service, leadership and scholarship. 



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THE DRAMATIC CLUB 



In March of 1957, the Dramatic Club hitched its wagon to a star and 
hung all its hopes on the one-night stand of Our Town. Fully aware of the 
immensity of their aspirations, the actors, supported by the inexorable deter- 
mination of their director, Mr. Lopes, put their inexhaustible efforts into weeks 
of rehearsal. The result was a polished performance full of the sympathy, 
warmth, and informality intended by the author, Thornton Wilder. The 
Dramatic Club surpassed its own expectations and won resounding approval 
for its adult-sized venture. 

In 1958, the Dramatic Club once again turned to comedy in the presenta- 
tion of January Thaw. It was a challenge but the members again proved their 
ability by giving an outstanding performance. The success of future produc- 
tions is assured because of the number of new faces which appeared in this 
year's cast. 



DRAMATIC CLUB 
First Row: A. Strople, S. Weisman, D. Rosen, A. Young, C. Ferrara, S. Riley, J. Saltz- 
man, B. R. Margolis, E. Silverman. 

Second Row: G. Yarsley, B. Mulkerin, P. Tufts, K. Oliver, J. Alberti, S. Streeter, S. 
Barton, E. Evans. 

Third Row: Mr. Lopes-advisor, J. Turner, M. Roberts, A. Hayes, T. McDonough, J. 
Garrels. 




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DEBATING SOCIETY 
First Row: R. Flint, R. Levine, W. Schmidt, E. Mazer, E. Kaufman, W. D'Avanzo, J. 
Johnston. 

Second Row: S. Christie, H. Levine, B. Zwirn, J. Tenney, J. Roberts, A. Your\g, C. 
Morner, M. Kraft, P. Andrews, C. Beaver. 

Third Row: A. Whitefield, S. Ehrlich, L. Alspach, V. Burman, B. R. Margolis, S. San- 
drew, S. Wagner, J. Simons, V. Dondy, J. Ahearn, P. Bates, Mrs. Harrison — Advisor. 
Fourth Row: R. Fugere, D. Rosen, G. Stein, B. Heit, J. Bachulus, J. VanVoorhis, T. 
Taylor, M. Lethem, J. Simons, R. Kruger, R. Stahl, W. Cox. 



THE DEBATING SOCIETY 



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One of the many innovations in school life this year was the formation of 
the Debating Society. Any student who showed interest could become a mem- 
ber. The Society met during activity periods, with Mrs. Harrison serving as 
the able advisor. During the meetings, the members discussed the principles 
and effective means of debating. 

Some of the more interested debators attended the Model Congress at 
American International College. At this meeting the delegates drew up 
congressional bills, discussed them, and voted on them. Jerry Van Voorhis 
served as President of the Society, and Bob Fugere was Vice-President. In the 
future, inter-school debates are planned and these will soon become a very im- 
portant part of the school's activities. 





OUR OFFICERS 



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FRESHMAN CHORUS 

First Row: B. Perkins, V. Smith, A. Hoekstra, N. Cohn, A. Grandiose, A. Low, E. 

Epstein, H. Decker, P. Ciciarelli, A. Evans. 

Second Row: C. Avery, N. Frost, B. Fitch, B. Milner, C. Morris, L. Wagner, J. Childs, 

L. Lawton, P. Andrews, V. Dondy, J. Ahem, J. Swan, L. Flint. 

Third Row: L. Skeddon, E. Giustina, L. Pratt, L. Lackman, B. Lanyon, B. Zwirn, L. 

Ryder, J. Roberts, P. Cullinane, D. Howland, C. Beaver, J. Felio, O. Drummey. 



The Music Department of Longmeadow High School has been reorgan- 
ized under the able direction of Mr. Douglas Ward. 

For the freshman class, a special Freshman Chorus has been organized 
which meets twice a week for practice. The Freshman Chorus participated in 
both the Christmas Assembly and the spring concert. Upper classmen, inter- 
ested in choral work, may join the Glee Club which meets once a week dur- 
ing activity periods. This group also appeared in the Christmas Assembly and 
the spring Music Night. 

Probably the most noted and most active organization in the music de- 
partment is the Band, a major factor in increasing school spirit. The Band has 
played stirring tunes at the football and basketball games this year. The group 
rehearses three times a week and, along with the choral groups, took part in 
the Christmas Assembly and Music Night. In their sharp uniforms of jet 
and white, the Band represented Longmeadow High School at the Western 
Massachusetts Music Festival held in Easthampton. 

The second instrumental group about which the music department may 
boast is the Orchestra. This combination of serious talented students met twice 
weekly and performed with excellence at the spring concert. 

The music department has made a fine start this year and shows much 
promise for the future. 



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MUSIC 




ORCHESTRA 

First Row: R. Simon, J. Norton, R. Simon, E. Swain, C. Nienhuys. 

Second Row: J. Gold, B. Donovan, R. Levine, B. Lauer, M. Canter, R. Pease, R. Swain. 

Third Row: J. Chuisano, J. Pringle, P. Stone, B. Aldrich. 

Standing: S. Greer, J. Bloom, Mr. Ward. 



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BAND 

First Row: C. Gregory, P. Vecchiarelli, D. Boynton, B. Shepard. 

Second Row: B. Burman, E. Swain, C. Carlson, M. Canter, C. Nienhuys, P. Shea, D. 

Poole. 

Third Row: D. Kimball, H. Paulsen, D. Christansen, J. Simons, B. Bateman, R. Swain, 

C. Carlson, C. Paige, T. Falcon. 

Fourth Row: P. Vecchiarelli, E. Ten Broeck, J. Chuisano, B. Bouillons, P. Weidner, S. 

Hirsch, B. Atwood, Advisor, Mr. Ward. 

Fifth Row: E. Trachtenberg, R. Pease, B. Lauer, C. Clarke, R. Simon, A. Atwood, R. 

Simon, B. Mitchell. 

Sixth Row: J. Ward, P. Valliere, B. Aldnch, L. Swanson, P. Stone, A. Decker, B. 

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GLEE CLUB 

First Row: J. Holter, J. Tenney, J. Norton, D. Rosen, M. Hayes, L. 
Ryder, E. Mazer, H. Decker, Mr. Ward, R. Levine, K. Krohne, B. 
Cox, J. DeWolfe, N. Brecht, G. Abbiati, L. Fabyan, T. Pierce, J. 
Miller, C. Frisbie. 

Second Row: S. Little, J. Erickson, S. Christie, K. Evans, B. Burbank, 
E. Silverman, S. Lawsing, C. Mielnikowski, E. Epstein, B. Nye, L. 
Swanson, A. Pratt, C. Carlson, M. Billings, N. Johnson, S. Ryder, J. 
Metzler, E. Ten Broeck, J. Hathaway. 

Third Row: M. Clark, P. Trumbull, C. Hodskins, L. Klempner, A. 
Young, L. Alspach, M. B. Gladney, J. Peters, B. Coyle, B. Anderson, 
B. Craig, D. Leslie,A. Robson, R. Lewis, E. Kaufman, B. Toner, P. 
Russell, D. Purington, B. Parker, S. Greer, P. Roberts, L. Kattler, 
J. Boynton, J. Chiusano, L. Flint, G. Cook. 




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AUDIO VISUAL AIDES CLUB 

First Row: W. Leab, T. Ewing, W. Barnes, R. Atwood, E. Epstein. 

Second Row: R. Cutler, E. Bloom, S. Alspach, J. Aldrich, W. Craig, D. Christensen, 

R. Levine, J. Ehrlich, Advisor, Mr. Pratt. 



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TRAFFIC SQUAD 

First Row: R. Swanson, F. Ward. 

Second Row: M. Canter, A. Klutch, E. Mulkerin, W. Cox. 

Third Row: R. Kittredge, S. Alspach, R. Schneider, W. Barnes. 

Fourth Row: R. Strople, P. Regan, D. Shakour, D. Merrill, R. Flint. 

Fifth Row: B. Parker, W. Gilbert, T. Taylor, M. Leathern, R. Fugere, S. Hirsch. 



PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB 

First Row: Mr. Rossiter-Advisor, E. Bloom, R. Flint, D. Fordyce. 

Second Row: D. Taylor, R. Cutler, W. D'Avanzo, J. Ward, A. Wood. 

Third Row: D. Stockman, D. DuBuisson, T. Harmon, R. Summersgill, N. Cohn, R. 

Hodskins. 







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BUSINESS CLUB 

First Row: Miss Vedany-Advisor, E. Rachele, J. Gutermann, B. Biondi, J. Metzler, D. 

Jacques, M. Lewis, M. E. Reidy, J. Kenney, Mr. Schindler-Advisdr. 

Second Row: M. Fisher, A. White, B. Biondi, D. Breglio, D. Hastie, N. Memery, J. 

Simpson, J. Zini, B. Wolfram, M. Ranslow. 

Third Row: S. Rickless, W. Harkless, Z. Mirkin, B. Babb, J. Adams, J. Athern, A. 

Morton, J. Cowles, C. Boltrucyk, A. Morace, R. Jarvis, B. Leathern. 




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JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT BANK 

Inside: J. Bouffard, S. Rickless, E. Rachele, S. Aldrich, J. Talbert, L. Leveton, B. R. 

Margolis. 

Outside: A. Whitefield, Mr. Shindler-Advisor, H. Levine, A. Young, J. Simons, M. Lewis. 





RED CROSS CLUB 

First Row: P. Fedak, J. Coyle, J. Ahem, S. Ehrlich, A. Young, P. Andrews, C. Beaver, 

V. Dondy, Advisor; Mrs. Stearns. 

Second Row: P. Paul, J. Larkin, E. Hoppe, J. Hathaway, R. Harten, B. Hinkson, S. 

Ryder, A. Leers. 

Third Row: C. Smith, S. Aldrich, E. Silverman, J. Peters, M. B. Gladney, C. Reed, 

D. Keith, L. Larkin, D. Howland. 

Fourth Row: D. Kimball, T. Ewing, J. Talbert, C. Hodskins, J. Ward, K. Evans. 




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CAFETERIA AIDES 

First Row: C. Carlson, N. Frost, S. Shaw, A. Young, J. Mohrman. 

Second Row: M. Billings, E. Jostrom, P. Strople, R. Booker, R. Nye, J. Lawsing, B. 

Aldrich, B. Harding, T. Falcon. 




OFFICE AIDES 

Jeanie Metzler, Marilyn Billings 




LIBRARY AIDES 

Seated: J. Saltzman, B. Heit, S. Aldrich, M. Fisher, A. White. 

Standing: D. Cimini, S. Ehrlich, G. Stein, J. Baldwin, P. Shea, Miss Baird- Advisor. 



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FOOTBALL 



First Row: M. Jacobson, P. Brouwer, T. Ewing, F. 
Ward, co-captains E. Mulkerin and B. Swanson, P. 
Regan, D. Shakour, B. Kittredge, E. Barkett, B. Krue- 
ger, Mgr. R. Volk. 
Second Row: S. Kelty, M. O'Connor, M. Kana, B. 



Sproul, D. Robb, A. Robson, R. Johnston, D. Murphy, 
D. Harper, R. MacDonald, D. Ellis, Mgr. M. Mazer. 
Third Row: Coach Ursprung, B. Doherty, R. Barker, 
J. Searles, D. DuBuisson, J. Nelson, J. Lang, P. Clarke, 
B. Kittredge, S. Griffin, asst. coach D'Agostino. 



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FOOTBALL 

The Lancers, in their second official season, played a 
schedule of six games. Although they were not successful in 
gaining a victory, their games were hard fought and never 
lacked excitement. The team was hampered by injuries most of 
the season, taking key men out of action. The Lancers found the 
larger and heavier teams hard to cope with, but they never lost 
their spirit and fight. 

Standouts this year were Ed Mulkerin and Bob Swanson, 
co-captains; Paul Brouwer, Steve Kelty, Don Robb, and fresh- 
man, Al Stewart. Don Robb highlighted the season by making 
guard for the All- Western Massachusetts Small School Inde- 
pendent Team. Paul Brouwer and Peter Regan received 
honorable mention at quarterback and center respectively. 

Being a more experienced team, next year's team, led by 
co-captains, Ed Mulkerin and Paul Brouwer, is looking forward 
to a more successful season. 




Longmeadow 


Ware 


7 


Longmeadow 


Commerce 


13 


Longmeadow 


Lee 


26 


Longmeadow 


Classical 


6 


Longmeadow 7 


Palmer 


12 


Longmeadow 


Enfield 


13 


Longmeadow 7 


Leicester 


7 



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Front Row: Mr. Suher, J. Harkless, B. Fugere, T. 
Cordis, T. Calabrese, D. Merrill, R. Strople, R. Stew- 
art, B. Gilbert, R. Schneider, Mr. McCauley. 
Second Row: S. Wichrowski, J. Lawsing, B. Aldrich, 
D. Jacques, J. Kane, A. Klutch, C. Lane, E. Mazer, P. 



Stone, S. Shatz. 

Third Row: D. Volk, A. Levy, J. Merrill, B. Shiff, J. 
Ehrlich, J. Gould, R. Kimball, J. Chandler, P. Col- 
lins, B. Edgerly, J. Mayock. 



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SOCCER 



The soccer team, coached by Mr. McCauley, 
showed considerable improvement in their sec- 
ond year of inter-varsity competition. Out of 
ten games, the Lancers won four, lost four, and 
tied two as compared to their three losses and 
one victory in the 1956 season. The squad of 
twenty-five players fought hard in every game. 
Co-captains were Dave Merrill and Ray Strople. 

The 2-1 victory in a home game against 
SufField was a welcome boost for the morale of 
both the players and the fans who lined the 
field. 

The second game was against Classical 
which was said to have one of the best teams in 
the city. It was a fast played game with thrilling 



saves by goalie, Don Drinkwater. After a six 
minute overtime, the game ended in a scoreless 
tie. 

The greatest score was piled in the final 
game when Longmeadow blanked Commerce 
5-0. Jim Lawsing and Richie Schneider were 
standouts in this game bringing their point total 
to five goals each, the highest on the squad. 

At the end of the '58 season a tentative 
soccer league was formed consisting of a team 
from West Springfield, Chicopee, Longmeadow, 
Ludlow, and Monson High Schools. 

With eleven seniors bowing out there will 
be considerable new material in the 1958 squad. 



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Longmeadow 2 


E. Windsor 1 


Longmeadow 2 


Suffield 1 


Longmeadow 


Suffield 


Longmeadow 


Classical 


Longmeadow 1 


Monson 2 


Longmeadow 1 


Monson 3 


Longmeadow 1 


West 


Longmeadow 2 


West 




Springfield 




Springfield 4 


Longmeadow 5 


Commerce 


Longmeadow 1 


Classical 2 




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BASKETBALL 



In the 1957-1958 season the varsity basket- 
ball team had an outstanding record. Coached 
by Mr. Haskell, the Lancers were ranked among 
the top small school independent teams. After 
winning their first seven games, the Lancers 
were stopped by Commerce with a score of 47- 
37. In their second game with South Hadley 
they had a close call. However, they downed the 
South Hadley Tigers 54-52 in overtime on 
Dick Schneider's hook shot. 

Glen Snyder demonstrated sporadic spurts 
of high scoring throughout the season. Dick 
Schneider and Bob Swanson, who were co- 
captains, gave consistently solid performances. 
John Cox and Paul Brouwer rounded out the 



starting five for the Lancers. Able reserves, Ned 
Cummings and Ed Mulkerin, saw considerable 
action. 

The junior varsity and freshmen teams were 
coached by Mr. Josselyn and Mr. Suher respec- 
tively. Dick Murphy, Bob MacDonald, Ed 
Flagler, and Al Stewart look like promising 
players for the Lancers in the future. 

Longmeadow had the unusual distinction of 
being chosen by the Western Massachusetts 
Small School Committee to represent all the 
greater Springfield schools. This is especially re- 
markable because our school has had only two 
years' experience on the basketball scene. 



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Lancers 1 5 


Cathedral 30 


Lancers 57 


East Windsor 32 


Lancers 69 


Ellington 19 


Lancers 53 


Holyoke Trade 31 


Lancers 49 


Ludlow 44 


Lancers 61 


St. John's 37 




VARSITY BASKETBALL 
First Row: Mr. Haskell, J. Lawsing, D. Merrill, R. Second Row: G. Snyder, D. Shakour, J. Cox, N. 

Strople, B. Swanson, R. Schneider, P. Brouwer, D. Cummings, E. Mulkerin, C. Kittridge, S. Wichrowski. 

Volk. 



Lancers 46 


East Windsor 


40 


Lancers 34 


Holyoke Trade 27 


Lancers 37 


Commerce 


47 


Lancers 63 


Ellington 


36 


Lancers 41 


Commerce 


57 


Lancers 5 1 


South Hadley 


36 


Lancers 54 


South Hadley 


52 





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JUNIOR VARSITY BASKETBALL 



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First Row: J. MacGregory, H. Nannen, W. Lauer, E. Flagler, R. MacDonnell, R. 
Murphy, Mr. Josselyn — coach. 

Second Row: B. Harding, J. Guidette, C. Clark, D. Neef, N. Cummings, R. Kimball, 
P. Strople. 




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FRESHMAN BASKETBALL 




First Row: Mr. Suher — coach, K. Smith, G. Gibson, R. Rachele, E. Salva, S. Wichrowski. 
Second Row: H. Paulsen, N. Day, W. Bateman, N. Cohn, A. Levy. 



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HOCKEY 
First Row: P. Routson, D. Baird, P. Collins, A. Klutch, J. Harkless. 
Second Row: P. Stone, B. Edgerly, P. Clark, D. Jacques, R. Kittredge, P. Regan, R. 
Moran, W. Cox. 

Third Row: R. Summersgill, D. Purrington, D. DuBuisson, R. Zanolli, D. Harper, R. 
Westcott, K. Talbot, R. Newell, W. Sproul. 
Fourth Row: Mr. Ness, Mr. McCauley. 



The 1957-1958 hockey team started its season on 
December 19, playing Chicopee Vocational. In this first 
game, Longmeadow was victorious, winning 4-0. In its 
most exciting game, the Lancers registered a 7-2 win over 
Agawam High with Phil Collins and Alex Klutch leading 
the way with three goals each. During its second full sea- 
son in Western Massachusetts School Boy Hockey, Long- 
meadow ended with three wins and six losses. 

At the beginning of the season, the team elected as 
its co-captains, Pete Regan and Alex Klutch. The team 
was coached by Mr. Ness and his assistant, Mr. McCauley. 
Though the season was not a success from the standpoint 
of games won, many of the boys gained valuable experi- 
ence, and the team is expected to end up in one of the 
top four positions in the Western Massachusetts Hockey 
League. The high scorers for the season were Alex Klutch 
and Don Jacques. Capable performance by Brian Edgerly, 
Pete Regan, Dick Zanolli, and Bob Kittredge deserved 
mention. The goal-tending was shared by Bill Cox and 
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HOCKEY 



Longmeadow 4 


Chicopee 






Vocational 





Longmeadow 


West Side 


6 


Longmeadow 7 


Agawam 


2 


Longmeadow 


Chicopee 


2 


Longmeadow 


Trade 


6 


Longmeadow 2 


Holyoke 





Longmeadow 


Cathedral 


6 


Longmeadow 


Tech 


12 


Longmeadow 


Classical 


4 





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BOWLING 

The bowling team was an innovation 
in the 1957-1958 sports program. The 
team bowled in the Interschool League 
along with Commerce, Trade, Classi- 
cal, Technical, and Cathedral. Matches 
were held on Mondays and Thursdays 
at the Rose Bowl Lanes on State Street. 
Fifteen strings were bowled every match 
with a minimum of five bowlers par- 
ticipating. Regular bowlers were Wayne 
Barnes, Bob Cutler, Don Drinkwater, 
and Frank Ward. Others who took part 
were Tom Cordis, Bob Flint, Keith 
Lake, and Ted Taylor. 



BOWLING 
First Row: R. Cutler, T. Cordis, W. Barnes. 
Second Row: R. Flint, D. Drinkwater, F. Ward. 



PING PONG FINALISTS 




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S. Mclntyre, S. Hirsch, B. Kittrcd^e, A. Barnes. 




GOLF 

R. Fugere, R. Phelon, P. Regan, R. Lewis, Mr. Haskell. 



GOLF 



Coached by Mr. Haskell, the 1957 golf 
team had a successful season with five wins 
and four losses. The Lancers downed Tech 
and Westfield twice, and Ludlow once. John 
Turner was number one man for the Lancers. 

After the season was over, John Turner 
and Pete Regan represented Longmeadow 
High School at the Invitational Tourney in 
Boston. Although neither of the boys placed, 
each considered that he had gained a great 
deal from the experience. 



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BASEBALL 



Last season the Longmeadow High Baseball Team ended its first 
year with a four win, five loss record. Virtually the same team will be 
returning this year. Led by captain Dick Schneider, the team looks for a 
winning season in '58. 



Longmeadow 


2 


Monson 


3 


Longmeadow 


7 


Commerce 


9 


Longmeadow 


6 


Classical 


5 


Longmeadow 


15 


Suffield 


4 


Longmeadow 


6 


Commerce 


9 


Longmeadow 


11 


Suffield 


4 


Longmeadow 


3 


Trade 


11 


Longmeadow 


4 


Classical 


9 


Longmeadow 


12 


Monson 


5 





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BASEBALL 
First Row: R. Strople, J. Lawsing, R. Swanson, P. Stone, T. Ewing, F. Ward, A. Klutch. 
Second Row: R. Zanolli, D. Shakour, P. Brouwer, E. Mulkerin, A. Calabrese, A. Mayer. 
Third Row: Manager, D. Volk, G. Snyder, D. Schneider, B. Hosmer, Coach D'Agostino. 











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TRACK 



Because a track takes several years to develop, Long- 
meadow did not have a track team in 1956. In 1957, 
however, the track and the field were ready for competi- 
tion. In late April, Mr. Ursprung, the coach, called a meet- 
ing. The members of the squad planned their events and 
then prepared for their first track meet at East Windsor, 
Connecticut. At this meet with East Windsor, Tom Mc- 
Donough threw the javelin 160 feet, a commendable feat 
for high school. 

The climax of the track season was the Western Mas- 
sachusetts Invitational Meet. The Longmeadow team 
placed fourth in the javelin throw, and fifth in the pole 
vault. The relay team, composed of Dave Merrill, Bob 
Kittredge, Dave Taylor, and Bill Cox, took first place in 
the 880 yard race. 

The 1958 track team is looking forward to a more 
successful season with a greater number of meets sched- 
uled. 




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Lancers 48 East Windsor 59 




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Front Row: T. Milton, B. Aldrich, D. Leslie, E. Kaufman, D. Merrill, B. Cox, J. Page, 
T. MacDonough, D. Harper, D. Taylor, D. Ellis. 

Back Row: Coach Ursprung, J. Kane, A. Wood, B. Nye, C. Hollister, R. Hahn, D. Per- 
kins, B. Kittredge, H. Russell, T. Patton, A. Hayes, M. Canter, E. Mazer, D. Fordyce. 






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TENNIS 

In their first year of schoolboy competition 
the tennis team, coached by Mr. Lopes, finished 
with a 3-4 record. Pete Regan, Bill Purdy, and 
Don Drinkwater were the top men for this 
sport. Because the team did not lose any graduat- 
ing seniors, the prospects for the '58 season 
look bright. 









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TENNIS 
Kneeling: J. Guidette, N. Goodless, P. Routson, S. Alspach. 
Standing: D. Drinkwater, B. Adams. 





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LEADERS' CLUB 



First Row: L. Lincoln, J. Knaus, A. Donovan, J. Lar- 
kin, G. Darden, S. Donovan, C. Carlson, K. Wells, 
S. Wilson. 

Second Row: J. Lawsing, R. Schneider, A. Atwood, K. 
Evans, P. Ashton, N. Carruthers, B. Cox, B. Swanson. 



Third Row: D. Shakour, R. Strople, D. Merrill, R. 
Kittredge, B. Gilbert, A. Klutch. 
Fourth Row: Mrs. Wolcott, P. Brouwer, E. Mulkerin, 
J. Harkless, Mr. D'Agostino. 



LEADERS' CLUB 



The 1957-58 Boys' and Girls' Leaders' Club 
started off the season with their regular class 
responsibilities of demonstrating skills, leading 
classes in warmup exercises, taking attendance, 
checking showers, and bringing all equipment 
to and from class. 

On Friday night, October 18th, the tradi- 
tional Leaders Club Sock Hop was held. A high 
percentage of the school participated at this 
function and, as usual, everyone had a wonder- 
ful time. 

Officers of the 1957-58 Girls' Leaders' Club 
are President, Christy Carlson; Vice-President, 



Alyce Atwood; Secretary, Pat Ashton; and 
Treasurer, Janet Larkin. 

The members of the Boys' and Girls' Lead- 
ers' Club assisted Mrs. Wolcott and Mr. D'Agos- 
tino during class and obtained considerable 
leadership training from them. Mrs. Wolcott 
and Mr. D'Agostino, plus the members of the 
Leaders' Club, feel that this year has been one 
of the most successful years of the high school's 
physical education program. We commend the 
1957-58 Longmeadow High School Leaders' 
Club for a job well done! 



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DRILL TEAM 



First Row: M. Mannix, J. Coes, M. Clark, G. Darden, 
P. Penney, J. Carter, J. Mohrman, B. Hinkson. 
Second Row: V. Abbiati, E. Silverman, J. Knaus, J. 
Crowley, K. Evans, P. Ashton, S. Shaw. 
Third Row: N. Carruthers, L. Wright, J. Bloom, C. 
Paige, P. Vecchiarelli, A. Pratt. 



Fourth Row: K. Wells, S. Wilson, A. Atwood, E. 

Swain, J. Baldwin. 

Fifth Row: L. Katler, A. Donovan, B. Burbank, B. 

Chapin. 

Sixth Row: E. Dierauf, J. Holter, C. Phelon. 




CHEERLEADERS 
First Row: N. Brecht, S. Lawsing, J. DeWolfe, T. McCormack. 
Second Row: P. Clark, S. Greer, V. Dow, M. Billings, A. Leers. 



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FIELD HOCKEY 




First Row: A. Atwood, G. Darden, C. Carlson, P. Ashton, J. Knaus. 
Second Row: S. Lawsing, J. Peters, E. Dierauf, M. Krien, J. Crowley. 
Third Row: A. McCullough, T. Razza, C. Paige, C. Morris, B. Anas. 



ARCHERY 




Finalists: Christy Carlson, Chris Phelon. 



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BADMINTON 




Finalists: P. Flemister, C. Phelon, C. Nienhuys, A. Atwood. 



PING PONG 




Finalists: Alison Pratt, Alyce Atwood, Judy Simons. 



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BASKETBALL 

The girls' basketball season opened with an enthusiastic participation 
from all classes in the after-school program. After six weeks of spirited play, 
the Jet and White Tournament was held. The Jet Team won the tournament, 
losing only the freshman game. 

Again this year Longmeadow participated in a playday. This game took 
place at the Trinity Church gym with the MacDuffie School for Girls on Tues- 
day, February 18, and climaxed the season. The team which the high school 
sent to this playday was the 1956-1957 All-Star Team, chosen from the Jet 
and White All-Star Teams. 

At the close of the tournament the new Jet and White All-Star Teams 
were chosen and competed against each other on Sport Night. 




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BASKETBALL ALL STARS 
First Row: J. Mohrman, T. Razza, S. Greer, B. Burbank, J. DeWolfe. 
Second Row: G. Darden, K. Evans, L. Lincoln, A. Atwood, J. Knaus. 
Third Row: G. Stein, E. Dierauf, B. Chapin, D. Pratt, J. Peters, M. Billings. 




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Mr. and Mrs. H. William Adams, Jr. 
Mrs. Joseph F. Ahern 
Mr. and Mrs. Reginald J. Alden 
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Aldrich 
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Aldrich 
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Almgren 
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Alspach 
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford W. Anderson 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Anderson 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Arnold 
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Ashton 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Avery 
Mrs. E. E. Babb 
Mrs. Marguerite S. Baldwin 
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Baldwin 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barker 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Barkett 
Dr. and Mrs. Wayne C. Barnes 
Mr. and Mrs. Ethan D. Bassett 
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bates, Jr. 



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Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Beaver 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Benjamin 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Benton 
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Betley 
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Billings 
Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Bisesti 
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Blake 
Mr. and Mrs. William Blickens, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael E. Bocchino 
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Brouwer 
Mr. Daniel E. Burbank, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Byron 
Mr. and Mrs. C. Everett Carlson 
Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Carruthers 
Mr. Robert L. Carter, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. James Chandler, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Homer N. Chapin 
Mr. and Mrs. David G. Christensen 
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Ciciarelli 
Mr. and Mrs. A. Glenn Clark 



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| Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. Clarke 

| Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Coen 
Mr. and Mrs. M. Cohen 
Mr. and Mrs. William Cook 
Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Cordis 
Mr. and Mrs. Royce Cort 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coyle 
Miss Meta Crosmon 
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Cullinane 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Cummings 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Darden 
Mr. and Mrs. Russell B. Day 
Mr. and Mrs. John M. DeBell 
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hampton Decker 
Mrs. Curtis J. Dierauf 
Mr. and Mrs. Augusta DelVecchio 
Mr. and Mrs. Montague W. De Wolfe 
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Donovan 
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Donovan 
Mr. and Mrs. R. Dow 



Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Drinkwater 
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Edgerly 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Ehrlich 
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Ewing 
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Fabyan 
Miss Peggy Fabyan 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Falcon 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Felio 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Ferrara 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Flint 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Flint 
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Fordyce 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Frisbie 
A Friend 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D. Frost 
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fugere 
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Garrels, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gilbert, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Giustina 
Mr. and Mrs. D. C Gladney 



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PATRONS 



Dr. Arthur Gold 

Mr. and Mrs. Selby Greer 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglas W. Gregory 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Gruenheck 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Gulvin 

Mrs. James Haberman 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Hamilton 

Mr. H. A. Harper 

Mr. and Mrs. John T. Harten 

Dr. and Mrs. Louis E. Hathaway, Jr. 

Dr. and Mrs. Donald R. Hayes 

Mr. and Mrs. William Henschke 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Hill 

Katharine B. Hitz 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Hodskins 

Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hogeman 

Mr. and Mrs. Clarence J. Holland 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hollister, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Holstein 

Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Holter 



Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Howard 

Mrs. Foster A. Howland 

Mr. Paul F. Ineson 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jacobson 

Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred H. Jacques, Jr. 

Mr. C. R. Johnson 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Kana 

Dr. and Mrs. Edward Katz 

Mr. and Mrs. John L. Kattler 

Mrs. Irving Kaufman 

Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Kenney 

Mr. and Mrs. Irvin S. Kimball 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Kittridge 

Mrs. Max Kittridge 

Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Klempner 

Mr. and Mrs. Peter Klutch 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur P. Knaus 

Mr. and Mrs. Oliver M. Knode, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robb Kranzusch 

Mr. and Mrs. Gustane A. Krein 



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PATRONS 



Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lake 
Mr. and Mrs. L. Langevin 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Lanyon 
Mr. and Mrs. Carleton Larkin 
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Lawton, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lepper 
Mrs. J. S. Leven 
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Levine 
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Levy 
Mr. and Mrs. Allan W. Low 
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. MacDonnell 
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Mannix 
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Markarian 



? Mr. and Mrs. James R. Martin 

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& Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Mayer 

Mr. M. K. Mazer 

Dr. and Mrs. H. N. Memery 



Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Milton 
Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Mitchell 
Mrs. Helen B. Morris 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Mulkerin 
Mr. and Mrs. James Mullane 
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nannen 
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Nienhuys 
Mr. and Mrs. Harland R. Nye 
Mrs. Grace D. Oliver 
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Paige 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Palmer 
Mr. and Mrs. Bradford O. Parker 
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Parker 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Patton, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence O. Paul 
Dr. and Mrs. Horace B. Pease 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert I. Peters 



Lt. Col. and Mrs. William B. Merrill, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Phelon 
Sgt. and Mrs. John Metzler Dr. and Mrs. Gordon C. Pratt 

Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Linwood B. Regan 



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PATRONS 



§ Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Reynolds 

§ Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Richardson, Jr. 

? Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Roberts 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rosen 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Routson 

§ Dr. and Mrs. Alexander B. Russell 

| Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Ryder 

§ Mr. and Mrs. William T. Savola 

| Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Schneider 

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§ Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Sennstrom 

? Mr. and Mrs. Spencer W. Shaw 

§ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Silverman 

| Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Simons 

§ Mr. and Mrs. Simon A. Simon 

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I Mr. and Mrs. Norman S. Stahl 

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§ Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Stein 

| Mrs. Margaret W. Stewart 

§ Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Stone 

| Mrs. H. M. Strong 



Mrs. Raymond H. Strople 
Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Swanson 

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Swanson 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell F. Swett 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tufts 

Dr. and Mrs. John A. Turner 

Mrs. David VanVoorhis 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert P. Vecchiarelli 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Volk 

Mr. and Mrs. Walters 

Mr. and Mrs. Edmund H. Ward 

Dr. and Mrs. Ruel Ward 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Watson 

Mr. and Mrs. Leland S. Wells 

Mr. and Mrs. Kyle Whitfield 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen A. Wichrowski 

Mr. and Mrs. George Yarsley, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Douglass N. Ellis 

Mr. and Mrs. William Leety 



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CLASS OF 1958 



FIBERWOOD CONTAINERS, INC. 



490 South Westfield Street 



Feeding Hills, Massachusetts 



ALL STATES FREIGHT INC. f 

R. J. FUGERE, Manager § 

71 Ramah Circle 
Agawam, Mass. 



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OLD HOUSE ON THE GREEN 

In beautiful Longmeadow 

We offer our guests a gracious 

New England home atmosphere 

With delicious food and 

Thoughtful service 

Margaret and George Adams 

797 Longmeadow Street 

LO 7-3973 



Compliments of 

STATE LINE POTATO CHIP CO., INC. 

Wilbraham, Mass. 



Best Wishes 

to the 
Class of 1958 



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SMITH PHARMACY 



Corner Bliss Road and Longmeadow Street 



Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



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Compliments of 



LONGMEADOW FOOD CENTER 



408 Longmeadow Street 



Longmeadow, Massachusetts 



PIONEER VALLEY 
REAL ESTATE AGENCY 

HAROLD M. CATLIN, Realtor 

Exclusive Representatives 

TRANSAMERICAN 
Real Estate Corp. 

471 Longmeadow St. Longmeadow, Mass. 

Phone LO 7-3640 



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Pleasant ivork with other 
girls and young men 

Prestige of a responsible job with 
a well-knoivn and respected company 



If your list shows three checks, then you should 
check into what the Telephone Company has 
to offer you. Smart girls are doing it now, before 
they graduate from high school. Come in and 
see our employment interviewer soon. You'll 
enjoy talking with her. 

Act now, and you can say with pride, "I'm all 
set! I'm going to work with the Telephone 
Company !" 

See the Guidance Counselor at your school, and 
talk first with her about when and where to 
apply. 



NEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY 



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J. O. YOUNG COMPANY, INC. 

Manufacturers 

Ladders and Scaffolding 

EAVE TROUGHS and CONDUCTORS 

Wood — Galvanized — Copper 

QUALITY ROOFING 

36-60 Laurel St. Springfield 7, Mass. 

Phone RE 7-3515 



Compliments of 



YOUR FRIENDLY 



ICE CREAM STORE 



10 BLISS ROAD 



LONGMEADOW CLEANERS 



475 Longmeadow Street 



Complete Cleaning Service 



Shirt Laundry 



Plant 



L. & L. Cleaners 



57 Enfield St. 



T'ville 



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LONGMEADOW BARBER SHOP 



ANTHONY ALAIMO, Proprietor 



Three First Class Barbers 



16 BLISS ROAD 



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BAY PATH 
JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Courses of Study: 

Executive Secretarial 

Medical Secretarial 

Vine Art 



588 Longmeadow Street Telephone LO 7-3371 Longmeadow, Mass. 
Catalog Sent Upon Request 



Compliments to 

The Class of '58 

from your 

LONGMEADOW 
COMMUNITY MARKET 

GERD SCHNEIDER, Proprietor 
FIRST IN QUALITY, FIRST IN SERVICE 



I. M. PRESS FORMAL SHOP £ 

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"We Will Impress You With Our Service" I 

CORRECT FORMAL DRESS | 

Tuxedos — Full Dress — Cutaways £ 

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All Accessories 



326 Dwight St. 



Springfield, Mass 



Telephone RE 6-4711 



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CONNECTICUT GENERAL 
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

LONGMEADOW REPRESENTATIVES 

Wish Happiness and Success to 

THE 1957 LONGMEADOW HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATING CLASS 



Elliot H. Bosworth 
Leon J. Carman 
Edward M. Clark 



William H. Gilbert, Jr. 
Lawrence Eagan Arthur F. Roberts 

Remsen Lefferts Charles B. Rockwell 

Edward C. Lincoln, Jr. David L. Williams 



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LONGMEADOW PHARMACY 


TAFT OIL COMPANY 


Prescriptions — Cosmetics 


DONALD S. TUFTS, Pres. 


159 Longmeadow Street 


Ill Lyman Street — Holyoke, Mass. 


Longmeadow, Massachusetts 


Mobilheat — Mobilgas 


Telephone LO7-3750 


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BLOOM'S PHOTO SUPPLY, INC. 



211-213 Worthington Street — Springfield, Massachusetts 



Telephone REpublic 7-3567 



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LAJHES' REA»Y~MABES lj 

Westport, Conn. Longmeadow, Mass'"* 




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BOB'S VARIETY STORE 


Compliments of 






"The Store With Friendly Service" 


TOWN SHOP 






At The State Line 


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THE CLASS OF 1960 



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LONGMEADOW HIGH SCHOOL 






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LONGMEADOW 
SAVINGS^ BANK 

A Junior Achievement Company 
Under Supervision of 

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INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS] 

l4 itlutuat Savuup (Sank 

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"Bank Day" at the LANCER SAVINGS BANK, a Junior Achievement Com- 
pany, provides the opportunity for Longmeadow High School students to 
save ahead for the things they want. 

But the need for saving does not end with graduation. How you handle your 
money will play an important part in your happiness, for if you spend unwisely, 
you will find your money gone and your real goals still unattained. 

Make this important decision now — that you will save regularly. Lancer 
books may always be used at any S.I.S. office, or we will be glad to open a 
new book if you have none. 

SPRINGFIELD INSTITUTION 
FOR SAVINGS 



561 Sumner Avenue 



844 State Street 



63 Elm Street 

Springfield, Massachusetts 

9 Springfield Street — Agawam 

A MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK 



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BEST WISHES 

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THE CLASS 

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1958 



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CROWN PETROLEUM CORP. 


Compliments of 






55 Randall Place — Springfield, Mass. 


ACE JEWELERS 






Telephone RE 7-2645 


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PARMENTER 
AUTO PARTS CO., INC. 

E. P. KILLEEN, President 

Auto Replacement Parts 
Machine Shop Service 

6 1 1 Main Street — Springfield, Mass. 
Telephone RE 2-7466-67 



Beautiful, Planned Kitchens in 
Wood — Steel — or Formica 

See the Latest and the Finest in 

Work Saving Appliances and Built-ins in 

Springfield 's Smartest Showroom 

|DreT3feBED!WRW 

APPLIANCES - RADIO - Tv7>^ 

730 Sumner Ave. — Springfield 8, Mass. 

Telephone RE 2-7417 



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A FRIEND 



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TYPEWRITER 
HEADQUARTERS 

TYPEWRITERS 

Portable and Standard 

GUARANTEE 
TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 

138 State Street — Phone RE 7-0995 



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For the Finest 




in Corsages 


ATLANTIC ALUMINUM 




AND 


FRANK M. PAGE, INC. 


METAL DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 






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Springfield, Massachusetts 






43 Maple Street 




East Longmeadow 


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Growing with YOU . . . 



tomorrow's leaders 



GAS is widely accepted as a fuel for most Domestic, Com- 
mercial and Industrial applications where any form of heat 
is required. 

The Springfield GAS Light Company is growing rapidly and 
has doubled its sale of GAS in the last five years. GAS IS IN 
CONSTANT DEMAND and the industry has tremendous op- 
portunities for YOU . . . whether you are looking for unlimited 
job opportunities or just wish to secure the best in appliances. 



The Springfield GAS Light Company now serves nearly 2,000 homes in 
Longmeadow and we sincerely hope to serve you! 



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for Thirty Years 



Gulf Fuel Oil 

Fiberglas Insulation 

Aluminum Storm Windows 

Alumaroll Awnings 

Lennox Heating and Air Conditioning 

Hough Folding Doors 



78 Island Pond Road 
Springfield, Massachusetts 
Telephone RE 7-0293 



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SCOTT M. STEARNS 



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BARBARA WESTCOTT 



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— REALTORS — 

153 Longmeadow Street 
Homes — Land 



MAC DONALD AND JOHNSON, INC. 



THIRD NATIONAL BANK BUILDING 



Springfield, Massachusetts 



Representing 
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA 



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CLASS OF '58 

and 

LONGMEADOW HIGH SCHOOL 




New England's Greatest Name In The 

• Designing • Building • Equipping 

and Supplying of 

BEAUTY SALONS 

• Manufacturing Chemists 

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Springfield, Mass. 



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